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Alabama All-Star Game


      The North All-Stars won a 9 to 7 victory over the South when Danny Ridgeway, the North quarterback from Fyffe, kicked a 33 yard field goal in the last eight seconds of the 24th Annual Alabama High School Football Classic in Denny Stadium. This win for the North broke a four-game winning streak for the Southern All-Stars.

      This year's All-Star game was blessed by some of the best athletes in years. Singled out as the Most Outstanding Back was Mike Washington, Lee of Montgomery. The selection for the Most Outstanding Lineman honors ended in a tie between Lee Gross from Lee of Montgomery and Rex Bramlett from West End. All played for the Southern All-Stars.

      The North winning coaching staff was made up of Charles R. "Buddy" Hearn, Head Football Coach from Tarrant; R. F. Mosby, Cobb Avenue; Conrad Nix, Talladega County; Ronnie Haushalter, Fyffe; and C. D. Elliott, Sulligent.

 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
 Gary Beasley  Walter Wellborn SE6-0 185Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Randy Billingsley  Sylacauga RB5-11 185Sr.  Alabama
 Duffy Boles  Huntsville QB6-0 192Sr.  Alabama
 Robert Bradford  Talladega County Training T5-11 165Sr.  Tuskegee
 Bob Bryan  Cullman T6-4 247Sr.  Alabama
 Ken Burks  Ensley RB6-0 200Sr.  Auburn
 Jimmy Carrier  Minor G5-11 195Sr.  
 Mike Clisby  Minor SE6-1 180Sr.  Alabama A&M
 Don Davis  Decatur SE6-2 194Sr.  Marion Military
 Mike Echols  Tarrant C6-1 212Sr.  Jacksonville State
  Bruce Evans  Ensley 5-8 165Sr.  Auburn
 John Freeman  Oakman DE6-0 240Sr.  Notre Dame
 Ed Garner  Hazlewood G6-1 190Sr.  Alabama A&M
 Bobby Germany  Sylacauga SE6-1 200Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Stevie Hayes  Addison RB5-11 200Sr.  
 Condredge Holloway  Lee Huntsville RB5-11 170Sr.  Tennessee
 Clinton League  Haleyville LB6-2 190Sr.  Florence State
 Randy Leslie  Tarrant LB6-4 240Sr.  Alabama
 Ray Maxwell  Pisgah RB6-1 214Sr.  Alabama
 Paul Parvin  Lee Huntsville T6-1 240Sr.  Florence State
 Jerry Pitts  Sulligent C6-0 205Sr.  
 Danny Ridgeway  Fyffe 6-2 175Sr.  Alabama
 Gordon Robbins  Woodlawn SE6-1 175Sr.  Georgia
 Mike Roberts  Minor T6-3 210Sr.  Kansas State
 Roy Shaddix  Talladega C6-2 205Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Richard Smith  Glencoe T6-6 240Sr.  Georgia Tech
 Barry Talley  Scottsboro FB6-0 196Sr.  Tuskegee
 Kenneth Tyler  Arab QB6-1 168Sr.  Memphis State
  James White  Tuscaloosa County 6-0 180Sr.  Alabama
 David Willis  Russellville DE5-11 185Sr.  Northwest Mississippi
 Rudy Wooten  Arab G6-2 230Sr.  Alabama

 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
 Melvin Barker  Tallassee TE6-1 185Sr.  Troy State
 Pete Black  Monroe County SE6-0 185Sr.  Alabama
 Leavy Boutwell  Elba T5-10 195Sr.  Auburn
 Rex Bramlett  West End LB/T6-0 190Sr.  Alabama
 Robert Brophy  Lee Montgomery DE/TE6-1 210Sr.  Alabama
 Ronny Byrd  Baldwin County QB/DB5-9 150Sr.  Furman
  Sylvester Croom  Tuscaloosa TE/T6-0 205Sr.  Alabama
 Mike Dubose  Opp LB/T6-0 212Sr.  Alabama
 Mike Fuller  Shaw WB/DB5-9 180Sr.  Auburn
 Kent Fullington  Berry LB/T6-0 182Sr.  Tennessee
 Bill Gaither  Lanett C6-4 230Sr.  
 Lee Gross  Lee Montgomery DE6-4 220Sr.  Auburn
  Leon Gullette  Tuskegee DB/SE6-2 180Sr.  Alabama A&M
 Ronnie Hannah  Geneva G6-3 220Sr.  
 Ronnie Jackson  Wenonah SE6-0 195Sr.  Tuskegee Institute
 Jimmy Jeffcoat  Opp QB5-11 150Sr.  
 Jim Johnson  Sidney Lanier FB5-9 205Sr.  Auburn
 Johnny Kile  Leeds PK6-0 220Sr.  Alabama
 Ray King  W.S. Neal TE/T6-3 205Sr.  
 Howard Leatherwood  Thomasville G6-2 225Sr.  Livingston
 Bobby Lee  Lanett QB/DB5-10 170Sr.  
 Rick Neel  Banks SE5-10 175Sr.  Auburn
 Mac Phillippi  T.R. Miller TE6-4 200Sr.  Auburn
 Paul Spears  Andalusia WB6-0 170Sr.  Florida State
 Andy Steele  Berry TE/T6-2 225Sr.  Auburn
 Ralph Stokes  Lee Montgomery TB6-0 180Sr.  Alabama
 James Taylor.  Citronelle TB6-1 174Sr.  
 Reed Wakefield  Selma FB6-0 187Sr.  Ole Miss
 Mike Washington  Lee Montgomery S6-3 182Sr.  Alabama
 Robbie Wiggins  Valley LB5-11 187Sr.  
 Bubba Wingo  Ramsay LB5-11 196Sr.  Tennessee

Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Thomasville scored 54 points against Gulf Shores in the first quarter of a game in 2003. They managed to hang on for an 81-14 win.